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                           Page 1 of 22          Report No.: UNIA19051319FR-01




     FCC RADIO TEST REPORT

                FCC ID:2ATKKTZ-812


               Product: Dog Training Collar

           Trade Name: N/A

          Model Name: TZ-812

          Serial Model: N/A

            Report No.: UNIA19051319FR-01




                          Prepared for
              Xi'an Xunli Electronic Technology Co., Ltd.

A11, Room 504, Building 1, Yihe International, No. 1 South Section,
         Hanguang Road, Yanta District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, China




                          Prepared by

            Shenzhen United Testing Technology Co., Ltd.

2F, Annex Bldg, Jiahuangyuan Tech Park, #365 Baotian 1 Rd, Tiegang
     Community, Xixiang Str, Bao'an District, Shenzhen, China


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                                           TEST RESULT CERTIFICATION

Applicant’s name.................... : Xi'an Xunli Electronic Technology Co., Ltd.
Address...................................... : A11, Room 504, Building 1, Yihe International, No. 1 South
                                                Section, Hanguang Road, Yanta District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, China
Manufacture's Name.............. : ShenZhen TIZE Technology Co., Ltd.
Address...................................... : 3/F,Building 1,TianKou Industrial Area,Huang Tian, Xixiang, BaoAn
                                                District, ShenZhen, Guang Dong Province, China
Product description

Product name............................... : Dog Training Collar

Trade Mark.................................: N/A
Model and/or type reference . : TZ-812

                                                  FCC Part 15 Subpart C 15.231
Standards..................................:
                                                  ANSI C63.10: 2013
This device described above has been tested by Shenzhen United Testing Technology
Co., Ltd., and the test results show that the equipment under test (EUT) is in compliance
with the FCC requirements. And it is applicable only to the tested sample identified in the
report.
This report shall not be reproduced except in full, without the written approval of UNI, this
document may be altered or revised by Shenzhen United Testing Technology Co., Ltd.,
personnel only, and shall be noted in the revision of the document.
Date of Test............................................... : May. 13, 2019
Date (s) of performance of tests...............:                   May. 13, 2019-- May. 31, 2019
Date of Issue.............................................. :      May. 31, 2019
Test Result.................................................. :    Pass




Prepared by:
                                                                                      Kahn yang/Editor


Reviewer:
                                                                           Sherwin Qian/Supervisor


Approved & Authorized Signer:
                                                                                 Liuze/Manager


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                                                           Table of Contents


1      TEST SUMMARY.............................................................................................................................................. 4

2      GENERAL INFORMATION................................................................................................................................5

    2.1 ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS.................................................................................................................5

    2.2 GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF EUT................................................................................................................. 5

    2.3 CARRIER FREQUENCY OF CHANNELS......................................................................................................... 5

    2.4 OPARATION OF EUT DURING TESTING......................................................................................................6

    2.5 DESCRIPTION OF TEST SETUP.....................................................................................................................6

    2.6 MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENTS LIST......................................................................................................... 7

3      TEST CONDITIONS AND RESULTS................................................................................................................... 8

    3.1 CONDUCTED EMISSIONS TEST................................................................................................................... 8

    3.2 RADIATED EMISSION TEST....................................................................................................................... 11

    3.3 -20db OCCUPIED BANDWIDTH................................................................................................................ 15

    3.4 Deactivation Time.................................................................................................................................... 16

    3.5 CALCULATION OF AVERAGE FACTOR.......................................................................................................17

    3.6 ANTENNA REQUIREMENT........................................................................................................................ 18

4      PHOTOGRAPH OF TEST.................................................................................................................................19


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1     TEST SUMMARY

    TEST PROCEDURES AND RESULTS
    FCC and IC Requirements
    FCC Part 15.207                     Conducted Emission                                        PASS
    FCC §15.231(a)(1)                   Automatically Deactivate                                  PASS
    FCC Part 15.231(b)                  Electric Field Strength of Fundamental Emission           PASS
    FCC Part 15.205 &15.209&
                                        Electric Field Strength of Spurious Emission              PASS
    15.231(b)
    FCC Part 15.231(c)                  -20dB bandwidth                                           PASS

    TEST FACILITY

     Test Firm           :   Shenzhen United Testing Technology Co., Ltd.

     Address             :   2F, Annex Bldg, Jiahuangyuan Tech Park, #365 Baotian 1 Rd, Tiegang
                             Community, Xixiang Str, Bao'an District, Shenzhen, China
      The testing quality ability of our laboratory meet with "Quality Law of People's Republic of China"
      Clause 19.The testing quality system of our laboratory meets with ISO/IEC-17025 requirements,
      which is approved by CNAS. This approval result is accepted by MRA of APLAC.
      Our test facility is recognized, certified, or accredited by the following organizations:
      CNAS-LAB Code: L6494
      The EMC Laboratory has been assessed and in compliance with CNAS-CL01 accreditation criteria
      for testing Laboratories (identical to ISO/IEC 17025:2017 General Requirements) for the
      Competence of testing Laboratories.
      Designation Number: CN1227
      Test Firm Registration Number: 674885
      The EMC Laboratory has been registered and fully described in a report filed with the (FCC)
      Federal Communications commission. The acceptance letter from the FCC is maintained in our
      files.



    MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY

     Measurement Uncertainty
     Conducted Emission Expanded Uncertainty                            =     2.23dB, k=2
     Radiated emission expanded uncertainty(9kHz-30MHz)                 =     3.08dB, k=2
     Radiated emission expanded uncertainty(30MHz-1000MHz)              =     4.42dB, k=2
     Radiated emission expanded uncertainty(Above 1GHz)                 =     4.06dB, k=2


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2   GENERAL INFORMATION

2.1 ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
During the measurement the environmental conditions were within the listed ranges:
        Temperature                 Normal Temperature:                       26°C
              Voltage                    Normal Voltage                       3.7V
                                      Relative Humidity                       55 %
              Other
                                          Air Pressure                      101 kPa

2.2 GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF EUT
 Equipment            Dog Training Collar
 Trade Mark                N/A
 Model Name                TZ-812
 Serial No.                N/A
 Model Difference          N/A
 FCC ID                    2ATKKTZ-812
 Antenna Type              Rod antenna
 Antenna Gain             1.0dBi
 Frequency Range           434.603MHz
 Number of Channels        1
 Modulation Type           ASK
 Battery                   N/A
 Power Source              DC 3.7V from battery withAC 120(240)V/60Hz
                           Input: AC 100-240V, 50/60Hz,
 Adapter Model
                           Output: DC 5V, 1A


2.3 CARRIER FREQUENCY OF CHANNELS


                        Channel                           Frequency (MHz)


                           1                                 434.603


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2.4 OPARATION OF EUT DURING TESTING

     Operating Mode
     The mode is used: Transmitting mode


2.5 DESCRIPTION OF TEST SETUP

     Operation of EUT during Conducted testing:   N/A
       Note : This device is pure battery powered and does not require charging


     Operation of EUT during Radiation and Above1GHz Radiation testing:


                                           EUT


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2.6 MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENTS LIST

 Item       Equipment           Manufacturer         Model No.       Serial No.    Calibrated until
                                   CONDUCTED EMISSIONS TEST
   1           AMN              Schwarzbeck          NNLK8121        8121370        2019.09.09
   2           AMN                  ETS                3810/2        00020199       2019.09.09
            EMI TEST
   3                           Rohde&Schwarz           ESCI           101210        2019.09.09
            RECEIVER
   4           AAN                TESEQ               T8-Cat6         38888         2019.09.09
                                     RADIATED EMISSION TEST
   1       Horn Antenna            Sunol             DRH-118         A101415        2019.09.29
   2    BicoNILog Antenna          Sunol            JB1 Antenna      A090215        2019.09.29
   3         PREAMP                 HP                 8449B        3008A00160      2019.09.09
   4         PREAMP                 HP                 8447D        2944A07999      2019.09.09
            EMI TEST
   5                           Rohde&Schwarz           ESR3           101891        2019.09.09
            RECEIVER
          VECTOR Signal
   6                           Rohde&Schwarz         SMU200A          101521        2019.09.28
            Generator
   7      Signal Generator        Agilent             E4421B        MY4335105       2019.09.28
   8    MXA Signal Analyzer       Agilent             N9020A       MY50510140       2019.09.28
   9    MXA Signal Analyzer       Agilent             N9020A       MY51110104       2019.09.09
         ANT Tower&Turn
  10                             Champro              EM 1000         60764         2019.09.28
          table Controller
  11     Anechoic Chamber       Taihe Maorui         9m*6m*6m        966A0001       2019.09.09
  12      Shielding Room        Taihe Maorui        6.4m*4m*3m       643A0001       2019.09.09
  13     RF Power sensor           DARE             RPR3006W      15I00041SNO88     2020.03.14
  14     RF Power sensor           DARE             RPR3006W      15I00041SNO89     2020.03.14
  15      RF power divider        Anritsu              K241B          992289        2019.09.28
          Wideband radio
  16                           Rohde&Schwarz         CMW500           154987        2019.09.28
        communication tester
  17     Biconical antenna      Schwarzbeck          VHA 9103        91032360       2019.09.08
  18     Biconical antenna      Schwarzbeck          VHA 9103        91032361       2019.09.08
         Broadband Hybrid
  19                            Schwarzbeck          VULB9163     VULB9163#958      2019.09.08
             Antennas
  20       Horn Antenna         Schwarzbeck         BBHA9120D       9120D-1680      2020.01.12
        Active Receive Loop
  21                            Schwarzbeck         FMZB 1919B        00023         2019.11.02
              Antenna
  22       Horn Antenna         Schwarzbeck         BBHA 9170      BBHA9170651      2020.03.14
            Microwave
  23        Broadband           Schwarzbeck          BBV 9721         100472        2019.10.24
            Preamplifier
  24    Active Loop Antenna     Com-Power             AL-130R        10160009       2020.05.10
  25        Power Meter          KEYSIGHT             N1911A       MY50520168       2020.05.10


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3   TEST CONDITIONS AND RESULTS

3.1 CONDUCTED EMISSIONS TEST

Limit
    For unintentional device, according to § 15.107(a) Line Conducted Emission Limits is as following




    * Decreasing linearly with the logarithm of the frequency
      For intentional device, according to §15.207(a) Line Conducted Emission Limit is same as above table.


Test Setup




Test Procedure
    1, The equipment was set up as per the test configuration to simulate typical actual usage per the user’s
       manual. A wooden table with a height of 0.8 meters is used and is placed on the ground plane as per
       ANSI C63.10.
    2, Support equipment, if needed, was placed as per ANSI C63.10.
    3, All I/O cables were positioned to simulate typical actual usage as per ANSI C63.10.
    4, If a EUT received DC power from the USB Port of Notebook PC, the PC’s adapter received
       AC120V/60Hz power through a Line Impedance Stabilization Network (LISN) which supplied power
       source and was grounded to the ground plane.
    5, All support equipments received AC power from a second LISN, if any.
    6, The EUT test program was started. Emissions were measured on each current carrying line of the EUT
       using a spectrum Analyzer / Receiver connected to the LISN powering the EUT. The LISN has two
       monitoring points: Line 1 (Hot Side) and Line 2 (Neutral Side). Two scans were taken: one with Line 1
       connected to Analyzer / Receiver and Line 2 connected to a 50 ohm load; the second scan had Line 1
       connected to a 50 ohm load and Line 2 connected to the Analyzer / Receiver.
    7, Analyzer / Receiver scanned from 150 KHz to 30MHz for emissions in each of the test modes.


Test Result


                                                    ---PASS---
All modes were tested at AC 120V and 240V, only the worst result of AC 120V was reported.


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Temperature:       24℃                              Relative Humidity:    49%
Test Date:         May. 31, 2019                    Pressure:             1010hPa
Test Voltage:      AC 120V, 60Hz                    Polarization:         Line
Test Mode:         Continuous launch




    Remark: Factor = Insertion Loss + Cable Loss, Result=Reading + Factor, Margin=Result – Limit.


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Temperature:       24℃                              Relative Humidity:    49%
Test Date:         May. 31, 2019                    Pressure:             1010hPa
Test Voltage:      AC 120V, 60Hz                    Polarization:         Neutral
Test Mode:         Continuous launch




    Remark: Factor = Insertion Loss + Cable Loss, Result=Reading + Factor, Margin=Result – Limit.


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RADIATED EMISSION TEST

Radiation Limit
    For unintentional device, according to § 15.109(a), except for Class B digital devices, the field strength of
    radiated emissions from unintentional radiators at a distance of 3 meters shall not exceed the following
    values:
           Frequency                   Distance                   Radiated                   Radiated
             (MHz)                     (Meters)                   (dBμV/m)                    (μV/m)
              30-88                        3                         40                        100
             88-216                        3                        43.5                       150
             216-960                       3                         46                        200
           Above 960                       3                         54                        500

    For intentional device, according to § 15.209(a), the general requirement of field strength of radiated
    emissions from intentional radiators at a distance of 3 meters shall not exceed the above table.

    In addition to the provisions of 15.231(b) and RSS 210-A1.1.2, the field strength of emissions from
    intentional radiators operated under this section shall not exceed the following:




     [Where F is the frequency in MHz, the formulas for calculating the maximum permitted fundamental field
      strengths are as follows: for the band 260-470 MHz, μV/m at 3 meters =41.6667(F) - 7083.3333. The
     maximum permitted unwanted emission level is 20 dB below the maximum permitted fundamental level.]



Test Setup

    1. Radiated Emission Test-Up Frequency Below 30MHz




     2. Radiated Emission Test-Up Frequency 30MHz~1GHz


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    3. Radiated Emission Test-Up Frequency Above 1GHz




Test Procedure
    1. Below 1GHz measurement the EUT is placed on turntable which is 0.8m above ground plane.
       And above 1GHz measurement EUT was placed on low permittivity and low tangent turn table
       which is 1.5m above ground plane.
    2. The turntable shall be rotated for 360 degrees to determine the position of maximum emission level.
    3. EUT is set 3m away from the receiving antenna, which is varied from 1m to 4m to find out the highest
      emissions.
    4. Maximum procedure was performed on the six highest emissions to ensure EUT compliance.
    5. And also, each emission was to be maximized by changing the polarization of receiving antenna both
      horizontal and vertical.
    6. Repeat above procedures until the measurements for all frequencies are complete.
    7. The test frequency range from 9kHz to 25GHz per FCC PART 15.33(a).

    Note:
    For battery operated equipment, the equipment tests shall be performed using a new battery.

    Test Result

                                                   ---PASS---


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    Remark:
    1. All the test modes completed for test. The worst case of Radiated Emission is Middle channel, the test
    data of this mode was reported.
    2. By preliminary testing and verifying three axis (X, Y and Z) position of EUT transmitted status, it was
    found that “Z axis” position was the worst, and test data recorded in this report.
    3. Radiated emission test from 9KHz to 10th harmonic of fundamental was verified, and no emission
    found except system noise floor in 9KHz to 30MHz and not recorded in this report.

  Below 1GHz Test Results:

Temperature:       24℃                                 Relative Humidity:    49%
Test Date:         Jan. 13, 2019                       Pressure:             1010hPa
Test Voltage:      AC 120V, 60Hz                       Polarization:         Horizontal
Test Mode:         Continuous launch




    Remark: Absolute Level= Reading Level+ Factor, Margin= Absolute Level – Limit
            Factor=Ant. Factor + Cable Loss – Pre-amplifier


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  Temperature:        24℃                              Relative Humidity:    49%
  Test Date:          Jan. 13, 2019                    Pressure:             1010hPa
  Test Voltage:       AC 120V, 60Hz                    Polarization:         Vertical
  Test Mode:          Continuous launch




        Remark: Absolute Level= Reading Level+ Factor, Margin= Absolute Level – Limit
             Factor=Ant. Factor + Cable Loss – Pre-amplifier


     Note: Testing is carried out with frequency rang 30MHz to the tenth harmonics, which above 5th Harmonics
are attenuated more than 20dB below the permissible limits or the field strength is too small to be measured.

    The fundamental frequency is 434.603MHz, so the fundamental and spurious emissions radiated limit base
on the the operating frequency 434.603MHz.


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Above 1 GHz Test Results:


Horizontal:

                    Reading
     Frequency                     Factor      Emission Level       Limits        Margin
                     Result                                                                 Detector
       (MHz)         (dBμV)         (dB)          (dBμV/m)        (dBμV/m)         (dB)       Type
       1303.8        62.85          -5.34           57.51             74          -16.19       PK

       1303.8        51.63          -5.34           46.29             54           -7.71       AV

       1738.4        60.56          -5.02           55.54             74          -18.46       PK

       1738.4        50.56          -5.02           45.54             54           -8.46       AV

        2173         59.07          -4.76           54.31             74          -19.69       PK

        2173         47.89          -4.76           43.13             54          -10.87       AV

   Remark: Factor = Antenna Factor + Cable Loss – Pre-amplifier. Margin= Absolute Level – Limit




Vertical:

                    Reading
     Frequency                     Factor      Emission Level       Limits        Margin
                     Result                                                                 Detector
       (MHz)         (dBμV)         (dB)          (dBμV/m)        (dBμV/m)         (dB)       Type
       1303.8        61.63          -5.34           56.29             74          -17.71       PK

       1303.8        52.04          -5.34           46.70             54           -7.30       AV

       1738.4        59.86          -5.02           54.84             74          -19.16       PK

       1738.4        51.68          -5.02           46.66             54           -7.34       AV

        2173         58.39          -4.76           53.63             74          -20.37       PK

        2173         47.65          -4.76           42.89             54          -11.11       AV

   Remark: Factor = Antenna Factor + Cable Loss – Pre-amplifier. Margin= Absolute Level – Limit

     Note: Testing is carried out with frequency rang 30MHz to the tenth harmonics, which above 5th Harmonics
are attenuated more than 20dB below the permissible limits or the field strength is too small to be measured.

    The fundamental frequency is 434.603MHz, so the fundamental and spurious emissions radiated limit base
on the the operating frequency 434.603MHz.


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For average Emission


  Frequency                                                      Over Limits(dB)
                  PK Level(dBμV/m)       AV Limit line(dBμV/m)                     Polarization
    (MHz)

   434.603               65.96                   80.85               -14.89        Horizontal
   434.603               77.11                   80.85               -3.74           Vertical

Notes:   AV emission Level =20log [41.6667(F) - 7083.3333]


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3.2 -20db OCCUPIED BANDWIDTH

Limit
According to 47 CFR 15.231(c) The bandwidth of the emission shall be no wider than 0.25% of the centre
frequency for devices operating above 70MHz and below 900MHz. Bandwidth is determined at the points 20dB
down from the modulated carrier.
Test Procedure
The transmitter output was connected to the spectrum analyzer through an attenuator. The bandwidth of the
fundamental frequency was measured by spectrum analyzer with 30 KHz RBW and 100 KHz VBW.
The 20dB bandwidth is defined as the total spectrum the power of which is higher than peak power minus 20dB.


Test Configuration




Test Result

                                                ---PASS---


                   Channel                           20dB
                                  99% OBW                                      Limit
 Modulation       Frequency                        bandwidth                                        Result
                                    (KHz)                                      (KHz)
                    (MHz)                            (KHz)

    ASK            434.603          68.883            75.04          0.25%*434.603=1086.5            Pass

                                             ASK Modulation


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3.3 Deactivation Time
LIMIT
According to FCC §15.231(a)(1), A transmitter activated automatically shall cease transmission within 5 seconds
after activation.


TEST PROCEDURE
1.    The EUT was placed on a wooded table which is 0.8m height and close to receiver antenna of spectrum
analyzer.
2.    The spectrum analyzer resolution bandwidth was set to 1 MHz and video bandwidth was set to 1 MHz to
encompass all significant spectral components during the test. The spectrum analyzer was operated in linear
scale and zero span mode after tuning to the transmitter carrier frequency.


Test Configuration




TEST RESULTS



                               One transmission
        Frequency
                                     time                         Limit(S)                     Result
            (MHz)
                                        (S)
         434.603                       0.66                           5                        Pass


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3.4 CALCULATION OF AVERAGE FACTOR
The output field strengths of specification in accordance with the FCC rules specify measurements with an
average detector. During the test, a spectrum analyzer incorporating a peak detector was used. Therefore, a
reduction factor can be applied to the resultant peak signal level and compared to the limit for measurement
instrumentation incorporating an average detector.
The duty cycle is measured in 100 ms or the repetition cycle period, whichever is a shorter time frame. The duty
cycle is measured by placing the spectrum analyzer to set zero span at 100kHz resolution bandwidth.
Averaging factor in dB =20log (duty cycle)
The duration of one cycle = 100ms
The duty cycle is simply the on-time divided the duration of one cycle
Duty Cycle =100%
Therefore, the averaging factor is found by 20log1=0dB
Test plot as follows:


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3.5 ANTENNA REQUIREMENT

   Standard Applicable:
   For intentional device, according to FCC 47 CFR Section 15.203, an intentional radiator shall be
   designed to ensure that no antenna other than that furnished by the responsible party shall be used
   with the device.

   Antenna Connected Construction
   The antenna used in this product is an Integral Antenna, the directional gains of antenna used for
   transmitting is 1.0dBi


          ANTENNA


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4 PHOTOGRAPH OF TEST
Radiated Emission


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